Thursday, 12 August 2010

Black And White And Boarded Windows


Skelmanthorpe Cemetery and Trinity Evangelical Church

8 comments:

liza said...

Wonderful picture!

jennyfreckles said...
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jennyfreckles said...

Good mono shot - I like the difference in tone between foreground and background.

BTW - check out the talk & exhibition by photo-journalist Asadour Guzelian as part of Saltaire Festival (in the roof space at Salts Mill as an added bonus!) www.saltaireartstrail.co.uk/artstrail2010/index.html

L. D. Burgus said...

It is a wonderful view. I like the deep tones of the foreground and the various textured surfaces of the church.

Valerie said...

Superb shot, Alan, though I'm curious about the bricked up windows.

John said...

It's looking a little forlorn and unloved.

TICKLEBEAR said...

it is a great shot, even if the subject is a tad desolate...

:)~
HUGZ

Far Side of Fifty said...

I like the way the graves are all sectioned off..everyone stays in their own spot! It must be hard to mow..but perhaps families have to tend to them often that way. I like the grave markers too..that must have been a lovely Church in its day:)